It’s hard enough to get the sleep you need each night, but on Sunday at 2 a.m., with the beginning of daylight saving time, we’ll spring our clocks forward and lose out on one of those precious hours of rest.
This time change is much trickier for our bodies to handle than when we “fall back” in November. That’s because so many of us aren’t getting enough shut-eye to begin with, and being robbed of an additional hour can put us over the edge. In fact, as many as47 million people are sleep deprived and 43 percent of Americans say they rarely or never get a good night’s sleep during the week. Continue reading